Tunefruit Featured License: Dad’s Garage

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The dudes and chicks of Dad’s Garage are at it again with the funny videos. This one in particular is sort of an instructional video of-sorts. They are moving from one fantastically indie-chic crib to another fantastically indie-chic crib, and they want to make sure you know how to get there…chegg it out.

Tunefruit Daily Freshpick: The Pub Party

Check it out: The Pub Party

This Royalty Free Music track is some kind of crazy Irish Quirk fest. Don’t rush to twitter to check #irishquirkfest, it’s not there. Basically, take the Dropkick Murphys and mix in a little bit o’ whistle, and you get this Dublin Jam. Washed in Whiskey and Guinness, this St. Patrick’s ready track is all you need to get this jig thing started.

Tunefruit Daily Freshpick: Bend or Break

Check it out: Bend or Break

With all the talk on sites like Pitchfork about indie rock this, and bearded hipsters that, it’s easy to quickly forget about the type of rock that this fine nation was built on. And it’s just as easy to forget where much this nation-rock (I don’t know…just go with it, ok?) comes from…and that place is…the Fly Over states. Yeah, the FYS’s wants you to know that they like their bands the same way they like their food….meaty, friend…and potato-y (the Tunefruit comparison and analogy generator is not working today, so just deal, ok?).

You want Hinder? check. Audioslave? double-check. Seether? triple-check. That mid-90’s band you can’t-remember-the-name-of (their name is Fuel)? quadruple-check.

This royalty-free music track helps bring back the flood of memories from all your mis-spent days of youth in the 90s. Just let it ride. Like listening to the soundtrack to Road Trip or American Pie, it’s oh-so good.

Tunefruit Daily Freshpicks: Finish What You Started

Check it out: Finish What You Started

Raucous, vicious, and downright….DOWNHOME. That’s right, if you need a royalty free music track that takes a turn for the country, this might be a match. The female vocalist brings to mind Miranda Lambert and Martina McBride (esteemed company, eh?), while the band is pure Nashville gold. You can hear the cans of Miller be cracked open as we speak at state fairs across the country, everyone ready to kick back and hear about a good country woman done wrong!